Madelyn Daley
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April 2019 Archives

An effective criminal defense can lead to dropped charges

It is natural for someone who has been charged with a crime in Illinois to be worried about what their future holds. In many cases, a criminal conviction can lead to significant jail time, thousands of dollars in fines and long-term consequences that could impact your life long after you've served your time.

Man charged with drunk driving and reckless homicide

Drunk driving is always a serious offense, but it can become even more serious if it leads to a loss of life. If a drunk driver causes an accident that kills one or more people, the driver may face charges reckless homicide while driving under the influence. In Illinois, an aggravated DUI with multiple deaths is classified as a Class 2 felony and could result in 6-28 years in prison and up to $25,000. Drivers facing these serious charges often benefit from a solid DUI defense strategy.

Bill may allow concealment of criminal history on college apps

Often, we will hear about the legal consequences that a person could face if they are convicted of a crime. The potential consequences of a criminal conviction make a strong criminal defense strategy necessary, no matter how seemingly minor the charges are.

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